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Artist IconDance Gavin Dance
Artist Icon Jackpot Juicer
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Jackpot Juicer is the tenth full-length studio album by American rock band Dance Gavin Dance, released on July 29, 2022, on Rise Records. It serves as the follow-up to their ninth studio album, Afterburner (2020). Produced by Kris Crummett, the album was recorded at Interlace Audio in Portland, Oregon between April and July 2021 and is the band's longest album to date consisting of eighteen tracks and a runtime of one hour and three minutes. It is the band's first studio album to be credited as a sextet since Acceptance Speech (2013) as well as their first to feature Andrew Wells as an official member since joining as a touring guitarist in 2015. It is also their final release to feature bassist Tim Feerick who died on April 13, 2022.

The lead single "Synergy", featuring Rob Damiani of English rock band Don Broco, was released on March 24, 2022. "Pop Off!" was released as the second single on May 4. Three more singles, "Die Another Day", "Cream Of the Crop", and "Feels Bad Man", were released in July. To support the album, the band performed at the second inaugural SwanFest on April 23, 2022 in Sacramento, California followed by a headlining US spring tour in April and May with supporting acts Memphis May Fire, Volumes, and Moon Tooth. A summer tour is set to transpire in July and August 2022 with support from American post-hardcore bands Royal Coda and Body Thief followed by a UK and European run in September with Caskets, Eidola, and Volumes.
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